Intro

Gailey is a modern, state of the art residential building which opened in February 2012, located in St Lucia within short walking distance of the University of Queensland. Nestled between trendy Toowong and the university campus, students can enjoy walking through the beautiful suburb of St Lucia to classes and the close proximity to the Toowong shopping and entertainment precinct.


Accommodation Options  Gailey has 42 two bedroom apartments across 4 levels. The apartments are very spacious and make the most of the amazing Queensland location. Bring the outside in, and enjoy the large balconies that look out onto the Brisbane River (some apartments only). The apartments come fully furnished with beds, lounges, coffee table, dining table, LCD TV, wardrobes, desk and study chair. Apartments feature full kitchens. All of the apartments

Apartment Facilities

Facilities & Common Area – The property features a fantastic common area on level 1 that includes a TV room with a large flat screen TV. Play a game of pool or just socialise with your friends – either way the recreation area is a fantastic place for you to meet new friends and enjoy living at Gailey. The property has been designed to ensure a safe and secure environment for students. Building and lift lobby access is only granted through swipe card access together with individual swipe cards for each apartment entry door. Internet – Internet connection and usage (up to a MASSIVE 120GB of data) is provided in each apartment making studying convenient and easy from your place!
Air-conditioning
Bedrooms Secure – Electronic
Cleaning Apartments
Dining Table & Chairs
Electricity
Heating
Internet
Kitchen
Laundry Room
PhoneStudy Desk, Pedestal Chair, Pin Board & Desk Lamp for each person
Televisions
Water
Queen bed, built-in wardrobe, Curtains to every bedroom window, lounge, and balcony.

Community Facilities

Bike Space
Building Security
Cinema
Cleaning Common Areas (not inside apartments)
Common Areas
Community Spirit Program
Foxtel
Mail Boxes
On-site Staff

Configurations

1 bedroom within a 2 bedroom apartmentA$335/week
Min. Lease Duration52 week
Bedrooms2
Bathrooms2 Bath
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Shared Kitchen

Spacious fully furnished bedroom. One bedroom with a queen sized bed (within a 2 bedroom apartment) complete with your own private ensuite bathroom, wall mounted 32 TV, built-in wardrobe, study desk and phone. These apartments are very popular as they offer a balcony with stylish 4-seater outdoor furniture setting so you can enjoy the fresh air and the beautiful Brisbane evenings. The apartment has a fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances and a spacious lounge room / TV area opening onto your balcony. Other features include reverse cycle ducted air-conditioning, washing machine and dryer.

Bed size: Queen

Car parking included for 1 vehicle per apartment.

2 bedroom apartmentA$670/week
Min. Lease Duration52 week
Bedrooms2
Bathrooms2 Bath
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Shared Kitchen

Our two bedroom fully furnished apartments are perfect for students who prefer to share with a friend or someone just looking for more space. Each bedroom has a queen sized bed, its own private ensuite bathroom, TV, phone, built in wardrobe, study desk and direct access to the balcony. Enjoy the luxury of cooking in your fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances and the comfort of relaxing in front of the 50 TV in the spacious lounge room area which also features a stylish tempered glass dining table with 4 chairs. No need to leave your apartment to do your laundry, as it is already equipped with a washing machine and dryer for your convenience. Other features include reverse cycle ducted air-conditioning.

Bed size: Queen

Car parking included for 1 vehicle per apartment.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q1: How do I reserve a room at Gailey?

    A1: Complete the online application.


    Q2: What kind of contracts does Gailey offer?

    A2: 6 and 12 month leases


    Q3: What does my rent include?

    A3: Water, gas, electricity, and Community Spirit Program membership


    Q4: Do you have car parking facilities?

    A4: Yes, Gailey does have car parking facilities, pending on availability. Car parking costs are included in your rent.


    Q5: Why is the rent not 4 times the weekly rental amount?

    A5: Yes, it is.


    Q6: When do I pay my rent?

    A6: Every 4 weeks


    Q7: How does my mail get to me?

    A7: Via your letterbox located at the front of the building


    Q8: What do I need to buy before I can move in?

    A8: Bedding, kitchenware available from Your Shop


    Q9: How close is the nearest supermarket?

    A9: 50m


    Q10: If I really want to move rooms after I move in is that possible?

    A10: Yes, depending on availability break of lease fees will apply


    Q11: Can I move out at any time?

    A11: Break of lease fees will apply


    Q12: Is there extra storage outside my apartment?

    A12: No there is not, however If you have items that you wish to store you will need to contact a local storage service provider.


    Q13: How do I connect the internet/phone?

    A13: Your internet and phone will already be connected for you when you move in.


    Q14: Is wireless internet available?

    A14: No, it is not.


    Q15: What is a Bond?

    A15: A bond (also known as a security deposit) is an amount of money that you need to pay that can be used by the apartment owner if you do not meet the terms and conditions of your tenancy agreement. Examples of this include If you fail to keep the property clean, cause damage or are in rent arrears, the owner of the property may claim some or all of the bond only when the tenancy ends.  The majority of bonds are refunded in full as most students vacate with no issues.


    Q16: How much is the Bond?

    A16: If your rent is $700 a week or less on a General Tenancy Agreement (or $500 a week on a Rooming Accommodation Agreement), the bond cannot be more than 4 weeks rent. The Owner cannot increase the bond during your tenancy. If you are paying over these amounts then the Apartment owner may request a higher Bond amount. The amount you will need to pay for your bond is listed on the prices page and will be confirmed again with you prior to your arrival.


    Q17: Paying the Bond?

    A17: All rental bonds for properties in Queensland are lodged with the Residential Tenancies Authority (RTA) a state government body. Payment must be made payable to the RTA (not us).  We ask that you provide us with a bank cheque (a bank cheque is a cheque issued by the bank under their name; you can purchase one of these from any Australian Bank).  Alternatively, a money order (Available from Australia post) is acceptable.  Remember the cheque/Money Order must be made payable to the Residential Tenancies  Authority. Bring the bond cheque/money order with you when you are collecting your keys, At this meeting, you will complete and sign the official Bond Lodgement Form.  We will forward this to the RTA and then the RTA will send a receipt to you direct. Contact the RTA on 1300 366 311 if you have not received a receipt 15 business days after paying your bond. We understand that it may not always be possible to arrange for either a bank cheque or money order prior to arrival and in these instances we recommend you take advantage of the RTAs online bond lodgement option and bring a copy of this with you when you arrive.


    Q18: What is a Condition Report?

    A18:  When you pay a bond, we must prepare a Condition Report, which records the propertys general condition, including fittings and fixtures, and present you with 2 paper copies of this Report when you come to collect your keys.


    Review and, if necessary, add your comments to the Condition Report. You must return the report to us within three business days of moving in and you should keep a copy of the Condition Report until the end of the tenancy.


    The Condition Report is a very important document, as it can be used as evidence if there is a dispute about who should pay for cleaning, damage, or replacement of missing items, particularly at the end of a tenancy.


    You may want to take photos of your apartment at the start of your tenancy to further show the condition.


    The owner may claim some or the entire bond for cleaning, damage, or replacement of missing items at the end of your tenancy. If the Condition Report stated that the work was required at the start of the tenancy, or the items were not listed, it can help you prove the bond should be returned to you.


    Q19: I am vacating, can I use the Bond for my last months rent?

    A19: Your bond and rent are separate payments. You are required to pay rent in the specified way up to and including the date of your departure.


    Q20: What happens when I vacate?

    A20: You need to leave your apartment clean and tidy in the same condition as when you arrived, and ensure all personal items have been removed, report any damage that may have been caused during your tenancy. This allows for a speedy bond resolution.


    Q21: How do I receive my Bond back?

    A21: At the end of the tenancy we will provide you a Bond Claim form for completion (or you can download your own copy from the RTA website), Please ensure you sign the form with the same signature as you used on the Bond Lodgement form at the start of your tenancy. The RTA will match signatures and will only process your claim if they match. We will lodge the bond claim form once we have the owner and your signed agreement, it then takes another 2-3 business days for the RTA to process, it repays the bond directly into the nominated bank account on the form, If you have not provided valid bank account details, but have provided a forwarding address, the RTA will send a cheque. If the RTA is unable to do either of the above they will retain your money, you will need to contact them via phone on 1300 366 311 to organise for your refund to be released to you.


    Q22: Why are you claiming my Bond?

    A22: The Owner is entitled to compensation if you have failed any terms or conditions in your tenancy agreement or breached the Residential Tenancies Act (Queensland State Government Law covering rental issues).  Please note that the owner cannot claim for wear and tear of items or fittings in the apartment. The vast majority of these sorts of issues are resolved by agreement between the owner and the tenant. If there is no agreement then the Owner may decide to ask the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) to hold a hearing to finally decide on the issue. Please note if the matter goes to QCAT then the resolution of the bond will exceed the timeframe mentioned above as we must wait for a hearing date from QCAT.



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